Thursday, January 06, 2011

Two More Red Sox Players Landed

Tony Pena, Jr., the son of former Boston catcher Tony Pena, became a pitcher for Kansas City in 2009 after playing shortstop with the Atlanta Braves and the Royals. Last season he was in the San Francisco Giants system where he pitched in 53 games, all in relief, at Double-A Richmond, where he had a 2.35 ERA, and Triple-A Fresno, where his ERA was 6.60.

This agreement was first reported by ESPN.com. The Red Sox announced two other moves, claiming catcher Max Ramirez on waivers from Texas and designating righty reliever Matt Fox for assignment.

THEO IS STILL filling in the little missing team pieces to the best of his ability. I'll be back before noon my time (EST) with a fill wrap of the minor but maybe important moves of today, Wednesday January 6, 2011. As always, BE WELL. Hey Theo, great job. One cannot do it overnight. But by spring training? The possibilities are endless and your work almost done.

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